Once a student leaves the College he becomes part of an extensive Old Boy network.
Welcome to the Newington College ONU Alumni Community
This prestigious community consists of many extraordinary and accomplished ONU Alumni worldwide.
Each Newington College student is forever connected by their shared college journey, experiences and purpose of ‘Discovering What’s Possible’ during their formative Newington College years.
Being part of the Newington College Alumni community presents you with the opportunity to access the vast network of your fellow alumni from around the world, build your career connections, share your skills and remain connected to Newington College.
Find out more about the ways our alumni connect with one another:
- Old Newingtonians’ Union
- The 70 Club
- Alumni Awards
- ONU Careers Advice Evening
Newington’s Alumni outreach and engagement initiatives are driven primarily through the Newington Office of Community and Development on behalf of the Old Newingtonian’s Union (ONU) and The 70 Club.
Old Newingtonians' Union (ONU)
Founded in 1895, the purpose of the Old Newingtonians’ Union is to strengthen the bonds amongst past students and between past students and the College. This is achieved through:
- Extensive program of reunions and activities
- Sporting events
- Online Alumni Community
Upon graduation, Newington students are welcomed as ONU Life Members into the prestigious and extensive network of Old Newingtonians, also referred to as ‘Old Boys’.
The ONU believes in fostering and supporting Old Boys through:
- ONU Mentor Program
- Careers Expo
- College ONU Mental Health Fund
- Reunions at the College.
For more details on your ONU Executive and Council please click here.
ONU Mental Health Fund
The ONU Mental Health Fund is a referral service for Old Boys providing support, assistance, and access to mental health medical and clinical resources. For confidential information about the ONU Mental Health Fund, contact Stan Comino, Newington College Counsellor, by email: email@example.com or phone: 9568 9352.
Newington College The 70 Club
Has the purpose of keeping past Old Boys who have turned 70 in touch with each other and with the College by organising an annual luncheon and other social functions. Membership is automatic to all past students of the College who are over 70 years of age or who will attain that age during the calendar year.
ONU Golf Day
The 70 Club
Register here for Events and Networking Opportunities
To encourage and enable alumni to connect with one another, we facilitate regular events and reunions:
- The 70 Club Lunch & Elders Lunch
- ONU Careers Advice Evening
ONU Online Community
The ONU Online Community is just for Newington Alumni.
Membership is automatic for past students, free and will enable you to:
- Search for and contact members registered with the online community
- Join the mentoring program
- View the Alumni calendar of events
- Inform others of your activities via the biography facility
- Update your personal and professional details
- Access the Alumni eNews
This is your link to the ONU Online Community
You can also keep connected by following our ONU Facebook page
Outstanding Young Alumni - James Henderson
James Henderson says his fascination with cell biology and cancer, in particular, to his Year 12 Biology teacher, Mr Graham Potter. He is currently half way through a PhD at the Centenary Institute (RPA Hospital).
Baptisms for Sons and Grandsons of Old Boys
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Sons and grandsons of Old Newingtonians
The Admissions Department welcomes your enquiries and is happy to assist you through the enrolment process.
Update your Details
Please complete the following form to notify Newington of any changes in your personal information.
Help build our Archives
You can help to develop the College’s rich collection of archives and heritage materials.
Old Boys and former staff and their families are encouraged to consider donating documents, photographs and objects relating to their association with Newington for preservation and use as part of the College Archives.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept all donations offered: prospective donations are assessed in accordance with the Archives Collection Development Policy. Please contact the Archivist to discuss or for more information.